ICT

Information, Communication and Technology

FSU’s Information, Communication and Technology program helps open the doors to a rewarding profession that emphasizes multiple skill sets, and allows the student to pursue various options in traditional IT, traditional communications, or in new combined careers.

  • ICT professionals support the emerging goals and cultures of the people and organizations they serve
  • The demand for ICT skills is growing
  • Combining technology skills that are in demand with communication skills in PR, Advertising, and Media Communications provides an impact to employers
  • As an emerging field, ICT jobs generally pay well and provide leadership challenges and opportunities that contribute to a satisfying career

The FSU major in Information, Communication, and Technology is designed for students who want to build a career as an ICT professional. You can increase your knowledge and skills through hands-on experiences and courses that build on one another. The program is designed to meet employer needs for IT and communication skills.

  • Under Information Technology, the focus is on project management, organizational change, and instructional technique skills to help plan, develop and implement IT stra­tegically. IT skills also include communication, writing and leadership skills for project management and social media.
  • Under Communication, the focus is on social and digital media, web 2.0 and an overall understanding of traditional technology and communication theories.  Communication skills also include managing the expanding role of the Internet in public relations, news delivery, promotion, advertising, and marketing.

The basic principles focus on:

  • Technology and communication theories
  • Technology techniques
  • Information principles
  • Organizational communication and culture
  • Writing, presentation and promotion

Student will learn to:

  • Determine information and communication needs of organizations and users
  • Design information/communication solutions to meet those needs
  • Create and manage information systems/communication syetems to get the right information to the right people at the right time

Program of study can be customized to help you make the most of your knowledge, skills and abilities. To find out more, contact the college’s undergraduate academic advisor.

For more information, see:

Requirements for the Major
 Course Listing for Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate ICT Program of Study Map (pdf)

 

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